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Trips – Whole Year Group

 

 

Please find below details of upcoming whole year group trips that will require deposits shortly.

Current Year 7

Trip details When Approx cost Deposit amount

House trip 2018

This trip will vary depending on which house your child is in. Its theme will be linked either to the house name or house charity.

2 May 2018 £40 £20

Operation encounter

Two days, one night. Fun military style growth mindset challenges.

19 – 20 July 2018 £120 £30

Year 8 camp 2019

3 nights residential to Bentley Copse near Shere. Students will spend their days participating in a wide range of different activities to enhance their outdoor education and team skills.  They will sleep in tents.

17 – 21 June 2019 £180 £50

Ski trip 2019

Resort to be confirmed but it is likely the trip will travel by coach over the February half term week. Limited places.

Feb 2019 £1000 £100

 

Current Year 8

Trip details When Approx cost Deposit amount

House trip 2018

This trip will vary depending on which house your child is in.  Its theme will be linked either to the house name or house charity.

2 May 2018 £40 £20

Ypres battlefields trip

A chance to visit the battlefields and cemeteries of the first world war.

17 – 18 May 2018 £160 £50

Ski trip 2019

Resort to be confirmed but it is likely the trip will travel by coach over the February half term week.

Limited places.

Feb 2019 £1000 £100

Year 9 Bush craft camp 2019

3 nights residential in Boughton Woods, Northamptonshire. Students will spend their days in the wild learning to cook on open fires, build their own shelter and many other fun, adventurous outdoor activities.

17 – 21 June 2019 £180 £40

 

Please note that, in line with the Bohunt Education Trust’s vision of all students participating and learning through outdoor education, we would strongly urge parents and students to prioritise the Year Camp 8 at Bentley Copse and the Year 9 Bush craft camp, both in 2019.  Students opting for other residential activities instead, rather than as well as, may not be granted a place.  I would guide parents and students to the English outdoor council website for more information on the benefits of outdoor learning – englishoutdoorcouncil.org. 

More information on all of the trips listed will be provided in trip letters in the new year.  All residential visits will also have a parent information evening held in the lead up to the trip departure.

Nina Kyprianidis, Assistant Head Teacher, Enjoyment, Engagement and Welfare